PCI hosts HIPPY meeting
The HIPPY Escambia group meeting was hosted by the Poarch Creek Education Department Friday, November 22. The children got to meet Sherell Hendrickson, the 2018-2019 Poarch Creek Indian Elder Princess. Shown are, from left, Hannah McMahill, Karsyn Arnold, Jayce Brown, Kinley Brown, Gracelyn Stevens, Astrid Trevino, Sherell Hendrickson, Gunner Sellers, Anna Marie Bledsoe, Noah Copenhaver.
RP Star Students
The Rachel Patterson Elementary School Star Students for November are, from left, first row, London Montalvo, Trelyn Harvey, Jamariouse Simpson, Baleigh Bright, Heaven-Leigh Day; second row, Paisley Macks, Anna Jane Frost, Tymiyah McKenzie, Donkalii Montgomery, Zoey Young, Kcoviana Phillips, Ty’Asia Whittle, Decorian Williams, LaRoyia Turner, Tamarian Webb; third row, Alexander Mummert, Landon Barnett, Tunyannia Cooper, Cameron Henderson, Dexter Pace, Jakaden King, Adriel Lewis, Romulus Thompson , Jazlyn Watson, Kailyn Mobley.…
Food scores
The following Escambia County food / lodging establishment ratings were released by the Alabama Department of Public Health for November. Ratings are ranked by score, low to high. FSE = Food Service Establishment Taco Bell #031394, Brewton, 89, FSE 30 Below, Atmore, 90, limited food Pic N Save #618 – Deli, Douglas Ave., Brewton, 92, FSE Diamond #6, E. Nashville Ave., Atmore, 93, limited food Taco Bell #30463, Atmore, 93,…
Affordable health screenings
Special to Atmore News Residents living in and around the Atmore area can learn about their risk for cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, diabetes, and other chronic, serious conditions with affordable screenings by Life Line Screening. Grace Fellowship Church will host this community event Friday, December 13, at 1412 East Nashville Avenue in Atmore. Screenings can check for: * The level of plaque buildup in your arteries, related to risk for heart…